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  • Psychiatrist: Teen driver faces victimization in adult prison In court Tuesday, a forensic psychiatrist described the 16-year-old driver accused of dismembering a Nanticoke man during a high-speed collision as a follower, simple and said he believes the teenager could be victimized if sent to adult prison. After two | 4/16/2014
  • Wilkes hires Metz as men’s basketball coach WILKES-BARRE — Izzi Metz has seen the game of basketball through a variety of lenses. He’s had the chance to experience college basketball at the highest level in one of the sports most powerful conferences. Now, Metz gets the chance to bring those experiences and implement his vision at Wilkes University. | 4/16/2014
  • Coroner: Carbon monoxide killed Wilkes-Barre woman A Wilkes-Barre woman died early Tuesday morning of carbon monoxide poisoning following a fire at her Wyoming Street home. Wilkes-Barre Fire Chief Jay Delaney said firefighters responded to 276 Wyoming St. around 11:30 p.m. Monday and found Laurie Merritt, 51, unconscious in her home. | 4/16/2014
  • Family Dollar to close more than 350 stores Family Dollar Stores intends to close more than 350 properties in hopes of improving its financial performance. Closures will begin later this year; however, there is no word on whether any local stores will be among those to shutter. "The company is wor | 4/16/2014
  • Recycling returns to Banks Township on May 1 Recycling is coming back to Banks Township on May 1 as part of a comprehensive spring cleaning of the township that includes a first-ever sweeping of streets, as well as a crackdown on zoning and code enforcement violations. Monday night, the supervisors | 4/16/2014
  • W-B parking authority records subpoenaed The focus of federal investigations in Wilkes-Barre has expanded to the Wilkes-Barre City Parking Authority as authorities have subpoenaed all records related to a controversial 2012 proposal to lease the city's parking assets - an effort that eventually was abandoned. | 4/16/2014
  • Wilkes-Barre woman dies after house fire A Wilkes-Barre woman died early Tuesday morning of carbon monoxide poisoning following a fire at her Wyoming Street home. Wilkes-Barre Fire Chief Jay Delaney said firefighters responded to 276 Wyoming St. around 11:30 p.m. Monday. | 4/16/2014
  • Two sentenced for break-ins SCRANTON - A Lackawanna County judge sentenced two area men for a string of break-ins Tuesday. | 4/16/2014
  • Authority: Fees no 'cash cow' WILKES-BARRE - Luzerne County Flood Protection Authority officials on Tuesday responded to criticism about their fee structure being inequitable by saying bills are tabulated based on property assessments and the fee is not meant to be a "cash cow." | 4/16/2014
  • Towing firm owner's troubles mount WILKES-BARRE - Financial troubles for Leo Glodzik III continue to mount. | 4/16/2014
  • Discount retailer headed to East End Centre WILKES-BARRE TWP. - One month after purchasing the largely vacant East End Centre, developer and former champion drag racer Joe Amato has a tenant lined up. Gabriel Brothers, a discount fashion retailer, has signed a lease with Amato Properties. | 4/16/2014
  • Police arrest man for Scranton robbery SCRANTON - Police arrested 21-year-old Tyrone Bacon and charged him with robbery, carrying a firearm without a license and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing a cellphone from a man and robbed Topps Co., 50 Poplar St. | 4/16/2014
  • Glodzik company ordered to pay $8K Financial troubles for Leo Glodzik III continue to mount. An $8,380 judgment was levied against one of his companies Tuesday morning in Luzerne County Court related to a lien filed Monday by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. | 4/16/2014
  • Wyoming Area teachers return to picket line EXETER - The Wyoming Area School Board unanimously rejected an arbitration decision on a new teachers contract at Tuesday's meeting. As a result of the 7-0 vote with two board members absent, teachers will have a one-day strike today. | 4/16/2014
  • Dunmore Neighborhood Watch notes reckless ATV riders, graffiti on traffic signs DUNMORE - Vandals tagging street signs and people recklessly driving quads through traffic or onto sidewalks were among the latest observations Dunmore Neighborhood Watch shared with borough officials. | 4/16/2014
  • Alternate lunches stay at Pittston Area despite controversy YATESVILLE - Members of the Pittston Area School Board tried and failed to reverse an alternate school lunch policy they believe unfairly segregates students in the cafeteria. | 4/16/2014
  • Countryside Conservancy to push forward with trail project GLENBURN TWP. - After nearly a week of waiting, contractors from Rutledge Excavating Inc. can continue to build a 2-mile stretch of trail that snakes through the township and is central to a long-stalled project. | 4/16/2014
  • More to be armed with pepper spray in federal prisons A pilot program to arm federal correctional officers with pepper spray, which gained support following the February 2013 murder of a correctional officer from Nanticoke, will be expanded to include other staffers who deal directly with inmates at United States penitentiaries, the Bureau of Prisons announced Tuesday. | 4/16/2014
  • Old Forge closer on police chief OLD FORGE - The borough still doesn't have a police chief, but it did gain one new police officer and a dump truck at its monthly meeting Tuesday evening. | 4/16/2014
  • Abington Heights Education Association requests fact-finding report Nearly three years after the Abington Heights teachers' contract expired, the district's education association has again asked an independent party to step in to help find a solution. | 4/16/2014
  • CONCERTS UPDATE: Montage adds Fall Out Boy, Paramore Fall Out Boy and Paramore are the two latest acts set to play The Pavilion at Montage Mountain this summer. The two bands will bring their co-headlining Monumentour to the amphitheater on Sunday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m., according to the venue’s website. | 4/15/2014
  • Gabe's opens in Amato plaza WILKES-BARRE TWP. - One month after purchasing the largely vacant East End Centre, developer and former champion drag racer Joe Amato already has a tenant lined up. | 4/16/2014
  • H.S. ROUNDUP: Abington Heights rolls to volleyball win Kevin Schumacher had nine kills and 15 assists and Jeremy Critchley had nine digs to lead Abington Heights to a 3-1 win over Lackawanna Trail in a Lackawanna League boys volleyball match Tuesday. | 4/16/2014
  • Local College Sports 4/16/2014 Kerry Sullivan scored six goals to lead the University of Scranton to a 13-11 win over Cabrini College in a nonconference women’s lacrosse match Tuesday at Fitzpatrick Field.Meghan Kerr had four goals and four assists for the Royals (4-7). Scranton led by | 4/16/2014
  • Arrest made in September crash that killed 6-month-old in Susquehanna County A Kingsley man was charged Tuesday for a September fatal car crash that killed a 6-month-old girl in Susquehanna County. | 4/16/2014
  • Dem state House candidates refrain from rips at debate Early on, former Valley View School Director Bob Munley seemed to hint that his debate Tuesday with state Rep. Kevin Haggerty could turn lively. | 4/16/2014
  • Judge denies motion to dismiss sexual assault charges against teacher Former Scott Twp. Police Chief James Romano committed prosecutorial misconduct when he had sex with a potential witness in the sexual assault case against a fired Lakeland High School teacher, but that does not warrant dismissal of those charges against Matthew Stevens, a Lackawanna County judge ruled. | 4/16/2014
  • Scranton attorneys seeks reduced sentence for tax evasion Facing 10 to 16 months in prison under federal sentencing guidelines, Lackawanna County's former guardian ad litem is asking a judge to consider her dedication to her profession when he sentences her today for her guilty plea to tax evasion. | 4/16/2014
  • Hawaiian-themed dinner in La Plume part of Make-A-Wish dream LA PLUME TWP. - Even without a warm Hawaiian breeze blowing through Evans Hall at Keystone College, students and community members embraced the island spirit to support a local Make-A-Wish child. | 4/16/2014
  • Moosic man accused of animal abuse arrested at his home with more dogs MOOSIC - John Tanis took the collar without bark or bite. Borough police arrested the accused animal abuser Tuesday morning after arriving at his 816 Main St. home in the driving rain with a warrant and handcuffs. | 4/16/2014
  • Homicide suspect charged in jailhouse assault A Carbondale man awaiting trial for the 2012 stabbing death of another man now faces a new charge for assaulting a fellow inmate at Lackawanna County Prison. | 4/16/2014
  • After summerlike weather, a 40-degree drop and snow Precipitation and plummeting temperatures brought late-season snow and ice to Northeast Pennsylvania on Tuesday night. Rain turned to snow as temperatures dropped from a midnight Tuesday high of 65 degrees, National Weather Service hydrometeorologist Mitch Gilp said | 4/16/2014
  • Flood advisory issued for NEPA counties Small streams and drainages might jump their banks after today's rains, according to the National Weather Service. The service issued a flood advisory until 5:30 p.m. today for Lackawanna, Luzerne, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming counties. Streams and ar | 4/15/2014
  • North Schuylkill may raise taxes in next school year FOUNTAIN SPRINGS - Taxpayers in the North Schuylkill School District will see a 1.1 mill increase in their real estate taxes in the 2014-15 budget year. During its April 9 meeting, the North Schuylkill school board adopted its "proposed final budget" of | 4/16/2014
  • Municipal Authority awards contract for Mahanoy Business Park Project The Schuylkill County Municipal Authority awarded a bid for the Mahanoy Business Park Project at its meeting Tuesday. Pending governmental approval due to regulations, Michael F. Ronca & Sons Inc., Shamokin, was awarded the contract for $3,231,000. "We o | 4/16/2014
  • Mahanoy City woman charged in December stabbing death MAHANOY CITY - A Mahanoy City woman was jailed Tuesday charged with stabbing her mother's boyfriend to death in December. Kimberly Lynn Hons, 33, of 739 E. Mahanoy Ave., was formally charged with voluntary manslaughter and aggravated assault, both felony | 4/16/2014
  • Ringtown enters energy-savings program RINGTOWN - The borough will participate in an energy-savings program through PPL Electric Utilities that could recoup any upgrade costs in about a year. Borough foreman Scott Schuetrum explained the program Monday during the Ringtown Borough Council meet | 4/16/2014
  • North Schuylkill supervisor resigns to become superintendent at Panther Valley FOUNTAIN SPRINGS - The North Schuylkill school board accepted at its April 9 meeting the resignation of Dennis Kergick Sr., supervisor of curriculum and federal programs, who will be the new Panther Valley School District superintendent. Kergick will tak | 4/16/2014
  • Blue Mountain teacher selected for training program in France ORWIGSBURG - A Blue Mountain High School French and Spanish teacher will be one of 40 teachers in the country heading to France in June to participate in a training program to further improve their language skills. Jennifer Gipe said Tuesday that she was | 4/16/2014
  • Two people in critical condition after a after crash in North Manheim Township Two of three people injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning are in critical condition in North Manheim Township. "It was a violent crash," Pottsville fire Chief Todd March said. A supervisor at the Schuylkill County Communications Center said a ca | 4/16/2014
  • Lavin is keynote speaker for Coaches vs. Cancer event No one knows better than Steve Lavin how cancer can transform a life. The St. John's University men's basketball coach learned that the hard way in 2011. | 4/16/2014
  • Snow wipes out RailRiders' doubleheader in Buffalo Well, at least the RailRiders can't say it's the rain that cost them another day on the baseball field. | 4/16/2014
  • Bylsma, Richards are familiar foes When two former Wilkes-Barre/Scranton head coaches square off in the first round of the NHL playoffs tonight - Dan Bylsma for the Pittsburgh Penguins and Todd Richards for the Columbus Blue Jackets - Bylsma will be wearing a Stanley Cup ring and Richards will want one. | 4/16/2014
  • Pair of Wyoming Area coaches step down A pair of Wyoming Area coaches recently turned in their resignations, leaving head coaching vacancies in girls basketball and field hockey. | 4/16/2014
  • Shooting range hearing continued West Hazleton Zoning Hearing Board needs more time to resolve jurisdictional issues that were raised over a businessman's proposal for operating an indoor shooting range on Lehigh Valley Drive. A nearly three-hour zoning hearing held Tuesday over a speci | 4/16/2014
  • Neighbor fears man in condemned home Luzerne County's district attorney office will continue pursuing a case against an Ebervale man who allegedly threatened Hazle Township road crews with a bow and arrow last May as they attempted to remove debris from a street near his home. Assistant Dis | 4/16/2014
  • VSU player pleads guilty in assault on rival quarterback WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - A Virginia State University football player has pleaded guilty to assaulting Winston-Salem State University's quarterback during last fall's CIAA banquet. Lamont Britt entered his plea on a charge of simple assault Tuesday. Judge De | 4/16/2014
  • Discarded smoking materials causes duplex fire CHESTERFIELD - The county Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded Monday afternoon to 13421 Woodbriar Ridge for the report of a house fire. Lt. Jason Elmore said fire crews arrived just after 3 p.m. to find a two-story duplex with hea | 4/16/2014
  • Plans for Sheetz store reviewed by planning commission Construction of the planned 6,498 square-foot Sheetz convenience store in Wysox Township is expected to begin during the spring of 2015 and be completed in the fall of 2015, an engineer representing Sheetz Inc. said. Engineer Bill Sauserman, representi | 4/16/2014
  • World War II veteran from Gillett recalls Honor Flight Korean War veteran said visit was 'amazing' World War II veteran Lynn Maynard, 92, of Gillett, said the recent Twin Tiers Honor Flight trip "was the greatest thing that's happened in a long time to me." "I loved it," he said. Accompanied by hi | 4/16/2014
  • Pepper spray program to expand to prison staffers A pilot program to arm federal correctional officers with pepper spray, which gained support following the February 2013 murder of a correctional officer from Nanticoke, will be expanded to include other staffers who deal directly with inmates at United | 4/16/2014
  • Flood authority addresses levee fee criticism Luzerne County Flood Protection Authority officials on Tuesday responded to criticism about their fee structure being inequitable by saying bills are tabulated based on property assessments and the fee is not meant to be a "cash cow." County Council Vic | 4/16/2014
  • Redevelopment authority seeking firm to advertise Market Street Square WEST PITTSTON - After getting no bites for the Market Street Square complex during a competitive-bidding period, the Luzerne County Redevelopment Authority decided Tuesday it would seek a commercial real estate firm to market the historic property. The | 4/16/2014
  • Weather causes power outages in Valley Stormy conditions Tuesday morning led to power outages for Penelec customers in several parts of the Valley, company officials said. At about 11 a.m. Tuesday, Penelec received a report of a tree down on some of its wires in the East Athens area, cutting | 4/16/2014
  • Canton anniversary celebration ideas shared CANTON - Some ideas were tossed around this week for a way to celebrate Canton's upcoming sesquicentennial. At the borough council meeting, borough administrator Amy Seeley ran several ideas by council for the 150th anniversary. She noted that ideas were | 4/16/2014
  • Alternative lunches stay at Pittston Area despite controversy YATESVILLE - Members of the Pittston Area School Board tried and failed to reverse an alternate school lunch policy they believed unfairly segregates students in the cafeteria. At the school board's regular meeting Tuesday night, board member Richard Go | 4/16/2014
  • City man charged with beating, raping woman A 35-year-old Hazleton man is accused of beating a woman daily for about two months and raping her on one occasion. Carlos J. Lopez also is accused of not allowing the victim to leave their Alter Street home without his company and limited her contact wi | 4/16/2014
  • Luzerne flood panel, council seek calmer waters on fees Luzerne County Flood Protection Authority officials on Tuesday responded to criticism about their fee structure being inequitable by saying bills are tabulated based on property assessments and the fee is not meant to be a "cash cow." County Council Vice | 4/16/2014
  • Hazleton Area board ponders wish list for improvements Hazleton Area officials are exploring several ideas aimed at improving the education of district students. But with an eye on the district's limited budget, the board of education plans to rank the projects in order of importance and affordability. At a | 4/16/2014
  • Shooting range zoning hearing continued West Hazleton Zoning Hearing Board needs more time to resolve jurisdictional issues that were raised over a businessman's proposal for operating an indoor shooting range on Lehigh Valley Drive. A nearly three-hour zoning hearing held Tuesday over a speci | 4/15/2014
  • Montrose woman finds owner of WWII keepsakes after searching for years She found it in a storage locker, along with a helmet and chest plate from a suit of armor. Those items have since passed from Lauretta Button's possession, but not the box. Inside, Button found letters a World War II soldier, Frederick "Fritz" Ferrone | 4/16/2014
  • SASD teachers excited by fitness grant COAL TOWNSHIP - Phys-ed teachers at Shamokin Area School District are excited and optimistic about the impact the $1.1 million investment in exercise equipment and curriculum could have on the entire community as a whole. The $1,105,095 received through | 4/16/2014
  • Escovedo rocks Kirby Center crowd Musician Alejandro Escovedo melds rocking beats like few can for a thrilling performance listeners will feel in their bones. Escovedo and his band, The Sensitive Boys, rocked the room Tuesday as part of the "Live from the Chandelier Lobby" concert serie | 4/16/2014
  • Shamokin Area School District to get fit with $1.1 million grant COAL TOWNSHIP - Shamokin Area School District is the recipient of a $1.1 million federal grant to radically overhaul its physical education program in hopes of boosting the health and wellness of its student population. Shamokin Area's award of $1,105,09 | 4/16/2014
  • Northumberland County to consider free services for veterans SUNBURY - Northumberland County commissioners tabled a motion for further study Tuesday to allow three row officers authority to provide free services to veterans. Vinny Clausi, Richard Shoch and Stephen Bridy agreed with recommendations by county protho | 4/16/2014
  • Northumberland County will pay for law enforcement radios SUNBURY - Northumberland County commissioners will pay approximately $200,000 for radio equipment for law enforcement agencies as part of an enhanced, countywide, two-way wireless communications system. On Tuesday, the board also approved a $470,000 chan | 4/16/2014
  • Former Hanover Twp. man charged with sexually assaulting teen A former anti-crime activist was charged Tuesday with sexually assaulting a woman several times since she turned 15 years old, police said. The woman, now 24, told police April 8 that John Dehart, 46, formerly of Hanover Township, began assaulting her | 4/16/2014
  • Clausi claims Shoch is part of Northumberland County's 'destruction' SUNBURY - Commissioner Vinny Clausi, who is recuperating quite well from recent surgery, returned to his chairmanship seat Tuesday in grand fashion by accusing fellow Commissioner Richard Shoch of "attacking" 15 current or former county officials, includ | 4/16/2014
  • State police find crack cocaine after Bear Creek traffic stop State police seized dozens of crack cocaine packets from an alleged Philadelphia drug dealer during a traffic stop Monday on state Route 115 in Bear Creek Township, according to charges filed. Investigators say Cayre Omar Jones had the drugs hidden in a | 4/16/2014
  • Ringtown joins energy savings program Ringtown borough will participate in a energy-savings program through PPL Electric Utilities that could recoup any upgrade costs in about a year. At Monday's meeting of borough council, borough foreman Scott Schuetrum explained the program and how the bo | 4/16/2014
  • Commonwealth secretary urges students to vote Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele reviewed a voter registration form with seniors at Hazleton Area High School on Tuesday. "Are you a citizen of the United States?" she said, reading the first question, which is next to boxes marked "Yes" or "N | 4/16/2014
  • Despite private firm's hiring, Banks auditors must review 2013 books The Banks Township auditors will have to audit the township's 2013 books, despite the fact that a private auditing firm had been hired to do it last year by a former supervisors' majority. At a meeting Feb. 12, 2013 - a meeting that included two recesses | 4/16/2014
  • Millage rates change for SCA referendum CATAWISSA RR - The millage rates have changed in Southern Columbia's referendum question for a tax increase to help balance its 2014-2015 budget. If approved by voters, taxpayers within the district could see a property tax increase of $155 next year. Sc | 4/16/2014
  • Luzerne Foundation surprises nonprofits with grants WVIA Public Media received a surprise donation Monday - but not from the typical pledge drive. The local public radio and television station received a $1,000 grant from the Luzerne Foundation as the foundation began a 20-day campaign to award checks to | 4/16/2014
  • Conyngham can't take us over, authority claims Conyngham Borough Authority claims the borough can't take over the authority in an answer to a lawsuit the borough filed last month to force the authority to dissolve. In its suit, the borough asked the court to compel the authority to cease all activiti | 4/16/2014
  • North Schuylkill OKs 1.1-mill tax increase FOUNTAIN SPRINGS - Taxpayers in the North Schuylkill School District will see a 1.1-mill increase in their real estate taxes in the 2014-15 budget year. During its April 9 meeting, the school board approved a proposed final budget of $26,213,564, which r | 4/16/2014
  • Enrich your garden's soil with dolomite (No, not the movie starring Rudy Ray Moore). | 4/15/2014
  • Subpoena served on Wilkes-Barre parking authority A subpoena, handed down from a federal grand jury in Scranton, has been served to the Wilkes-Barre City Parking Authority concerning records and documents from 2012. | 4/15/2014
  • Norpro Asparagus Stainless Steel Cooker Did you know there was a steamer built solely for asparagus? Neither did we. | 4/15/2014
  • Tips on how to grow and enjoy asparagus Cookbook offers all you need to know. | 4/15/2014
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  • 8 Degrees Plato brings best beer to Ferndale Voted Best Beer Selection in a store in Oakland County. | 4/15/2014
  • TA’s Tigertrons qualify for world championships The Tigertrons F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Team 222 from Tunkhannock Area High School has qualified for the FRC Championship Event in St. Louis, Mo., April 23-26. | 4/16/2014
  • Down Sports Memory Lane 20 Years Ago (1994) Elk Lake sophomore Leanne Howell hurled a no-hitter Friday, striking out 18 to beat East Stroudsburg Notre Dame. | 4/16/2014
  • Parker Street Market arrives in Detroit's West Village Market up. | 4/15/2014
  • Scoreboard April 8-14 | 4/16/2014
  • Sports Week Ahead April 16-22 | 4/16/2014
  • TA tennis loses three straight The Tunkhannock boys’ tennis team lost 3-2 at Pittston Monday, 4-1 at Berwick Thursday and 5-0 to Wyoming Seminary on Wednesday, April 9. | 4/16/2014
  • Warriors open with win The Elk Lake baseball team lost 14-9 at Trail Monday after losing 6-2 to Montrose Thursday. The Warriors opened up their season with an 11-7 win at Blue Ridge on Wednesday, April 9. | 4/16/2014
  • Tigers handed first losses After starting its season with three wins, including against Holy Redeemer and Dallas earlier in the week, the Tunkhannock Area baseball team suffered its first loss of the season in a 6-1 defeat at Wyoming Area Saturday and followed with a 13-3 loss at Wyoming Valley West on Monday. | 4/16/2014
  • Trail shuts out Forest City The Lackawanna Trail softball team won one of three games last week, earning a 16-0 shutout at home against Forest City Thursday, but losing 11-10 in a nine-inning thriller to Elk Lake, and losing 10-5 to Mountain View at home Wednesday, April 9. | 4/16/2014
  • Lady Warriors grab thriller The Elk Lake softball team won an 11-10 nine-inning thriller against Lackawanna Trail Monday after beating Blue Ridge on Wednesday, 7-1. | 4/16/2014
  • Lady Tigers take two straight The Tunkhannock Area softball team earned two wins in Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 play last week. | 4/16/2014
  • Detroit City Distillery opens in Eastern Market Whiskey & gin. | 4/15/2014
  • Comets soar past Warrior spikers The Elk Lake volleyball team suffered a 3-0 shutout at Abington Heights Tuesday, April 8. | 4/16/2014
  • Wildcats claw Lions The Lackawanna Trail boys’ volleyball team was swept by Western Wayne in a Lackawanna League match Friday. | 4/16/2014
  • Tiger spikers drop two The Tunkhannock boys volleyball team took two 3-1 losses to Crestwood on Friday and at Coughlin Wednesday, April 9. | 4/16/2014
  • Dallas beats TA lacrosse The Tunkhannock boys lacrosse team lost 13-3 at Dallas Wednesday, April 9. | 4/16/2014
  • Lady Tigers lose two games The Tunkhannock girls lacrosse team lost 15-1 at Dallas on Thursday and lost 24-3 to Lake-Lehman at home Wednesday, April 10. | 4/16/2014
  • Mountaineers shut down Tunkhannock The Dallas track and field teams bested Tunkhannock in Wyoming Valley Conference Division 1 action at Dallas, Tuesday, April 9. | 4/16/2014

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